Dr. Jart Cicapair Color Correcting Cream Review
I recently began using the Dr. Jart Cicapair Color Correcting Cream and felt that I should really document and share my thoughts/review on it – because honestly, it kind of shocked me. This product had sat in my Sephora cart for many, many, many months before I finally decided to try it out, and (spoiler alert): I am SO glad I did.
What is it:
It is a green-to-beige SPF cream that neutralizes skin redness and gives the appearance of more even-looking skin.
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How to use it:
To use the Dr. Jart Cicapair Color Correcting Cream, you first want to cleanse your skin as usual and apply your normal skincare routine. You want to apply the Cicapair Color Correcting Cream to clean and moisturized skin.
You then just want to take a small dime-sized amount of the Cicapair Color Correcting Cream and gently apply it to your skin. You’ll notice that it changes from green to beige as it’s blended out. Apply more as needed.
What I like about it:
I like makeup, don’t get me wrong, but most days I prefer to go foundation-free. I just do not like how foundation feels when I wear it for long periods of time or consistently. While the Dr. Jart Cicapair Color Correcting Cream is a skincare product, it has really doubled as both a skincare and makeup product for me and I really love that. I am so impressed with how it makes my skin look so much more even (bye-bye redness!) while also making it look and feel so moisturized.
I also really love that it contains SPF 30 so that my skin is nicely protected from the sun. This is one of those products that I apply even on no-makeup days since it is more a part of my skincare routine, but it gives me that added bonus of an even-looking complexion which makes me feel more confident running errands, seeing people, etc.
The only negative that I can think of with this product is that if you use too much of the product can feel a bit heavy on the skin. I find that grabbing just a small amount and slowly building up the moisturizer where my redness needs a bit of extra coverage is the best way to apply the perfect amount of the Dr. Jart Cicapair Color Correcting Cream. Aside from that, this product is expensive and definitely more on the high-end price side at $67 for 1.7 oz/ 50 mL.
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